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Dharma Talks given at Common Ground Meditation Center
2019-04-17 Making a Case for Love - Meditation 32:18
  Shelly Graf
Weekly Dharma Series

2019-04-17 Making a Case for Love - Talk 49:18
  Shelly Graf
Weekly Dharma Series

2019-04-15 Understanding the Wholesome and Unwholesome Roots in our Heart - Week 4 - Meditation 28:20
  Mark Nunberg
Buddhist Studies Course - Understanding the Wholesome and Unwholesome Roots in our Heart

2019-04-15 Understanding the Wholesome and Unwholesome Roots in our Heart - Week 4 - Talk 38:23
  Mark Nunberg
Buddhist Studies Course - Understanding the Wholesome and Unwholesome Roots in our Heart

2019-04-14 Freedom as Love - (Evening Session) - Talk 56:03
  Mark Nunberg
Weekly Dharma Series

2019-04-14 Freedom as Love - (Evening Session) - Meditation 32:39
  Mark Nunberg
Weekly Dharma Series

2019-04-14 Freedom as Love - (Morning Session) - Talk 41:58
  Mark Nunberg
Weekly Dharma Series

2019-04-14 Freedom as Love - (Morning Session) - Meditation 34:22
  Mark Nunberg
Weekly Dharma Series

2019-04-10 The Lived Experience of Christian-Buddhist Fluidity 50:59
  Duane Bidwell & Ayo Pamela Yetunde
Duane Bidwell works to reduce suffering and promote abundant life in all of his teaching, writing, and research. His work as teacher-scholar-clinician is shaped by experiences as chaplain, pastor, spiritual director, pastoral counselor, HIV/AIDS professional, and non-profit director, and CST students have given him teaching and mentoring awards three times since 2014. He is an ordained minister of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and practitioner of vipassana (insight meditation) in the Theravada Buddhist tradition. His most recent book, When One Religion Isn’t Enough: The Lives of Spiritually Fluid People (Boston: Beacon, 2018), examines complex religious bonds–the experience of being formed by more than one religious tradition at the same time. The book builds on his work in transreligious pastoral theology and in Buddhist-Christian studies. Pamela Ayo Yetunde is Assistant Professor of Pastoral and Spiritual Care and Counseling at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. She came to United in 2017. She received her Th.D. from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA, where she specialized in pastoral counseling. Her research and scholarship focus on Object Relations Theory and psychotherapy, Buddhist psychology, Womanist Theology, Christian-Buddhist spiritual transitional stages, Black lesbian poet Audre Lorde as a spiritual and psychological resource, and chaplain formation. Yetunde has published a number of blog and magazine articles and has written journal articles. Yetunde lives in Minnesota with her spouse. She is an interfaith Buddhist practitioner.
Monthly Guest Dharma Talk

2019-04-08 Understanding the Wholesome and Unwholesome Roots in our Heart - Week 3 - Talk 54:20
  Mark Nunberg
Buddhist Studies Course - Understanding the Wholesome and Unwholesome Roots in our Heart

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